Litmus Live (formerly known as The Email Design Conference) brings the email community together to celebrate their craft and give email professionals a platform to learn, share, and grow. With sessions covering everything from marketing strategy to innovative email development techniques and production processes, you’ll take away actionable advice that will have immediate impact.
Litmus Live 2016 is shaping up to be our best yet—we’re coming to London, Boston, and San Francisco! But, we need your help to do it.
One of the reasons that Litmus Live is so amazing is you, our speakers. We’re looking for people like you to share your stories on the trials and tribulations of email. We want to learn how you pull off crazy coding tricks or how you recovered from the worst #emailfail of all time.
The conference brings together a huge community of people who live, breathe, and love email. Sharing your experience will help us all learn to make email better.
If you’re passionate about email, have hands-on experience, or can present a unique perspective, we invite you to submit a speaking proposal. Everyone is welcome to attend and present—you don’t have to be a Litmus customer.
What constitutes a great proposal?
The best talks mix the practical and actionable with a dash of inspiration. They’re not afraid to dive in and discuss the good, bad, and sometimes ugly aspects of email creation. We’re looking for stories, tips, tricks, and great ideas and inspiration for our attendees to take home and implement next week.
You don’t need to be famous, or heck, have speaking experience! If you’ve got a story to tell, we’ll help you craft the perfect talk.
The only thing that’s totally off-limits? A sales pitch. We’re looking to teach—not to sell.
To get an idea of the types of talks we’re looking for, check out the 2015 agenda, or watch two of our highest-rated sessions.
How do I submit a proposal?
Submitting a proposal is easy! Simply follow the guidelines and fill out the form. You may submit as many times as you’d like, and choose between speaking at one…two…or all three cities.
Deadline to submit is Friday, April 29th, 2016. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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Kayla Voigt is a freelance writer